Kadam Bhog | How to make Annakut Bhog

Kadam Bhog

Kadam Bhog is a delicious Khichdi made during the Diwali season with fresh winter crops. This is an offering to God as prasad. I adapted this recipe from here, where I got to know that it’s a dish from Rajasthan, where it is part of the festival known as Annakut. This dish is supposed to […]

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Rajasthani Rabdi Malpua Recipe

Rajasthani Rabdi Malpua

Rajasthani Rabdi Malpua is a sinful dessert that is quite laborious but worth all the efforts it needs to get done. While both Malpua and Rabdi can be served on its own, in this classic combination, Malpua is served with a serving of Rabdi on top garnished with nuts. When I did the Rajasthani Thali, […]

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Rajasthani Moong Ki Dal

Rajasthani Dal

Rajasthani Moong Ki Dal is one of the simplest dal that is very light and so very easy to cook. This makes a wonderful side dish when you plan a feast featuring Rajasthani Khanna. While simple Moong Ki Dal / Pesarapappu Kura is very commonly made at home, when Vaishali suggested I make this for […]

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Besan Wali Bhindi | How to make Stuffed Lady’s Finger

Besan Waali Bhindi

Besan Wali Bhindi is a stuffed Lady’s Finger with Besan and spices prepared little spicy to pair with Dal and Rice. This stuffed Bhindi makes a delicious side dish with Roti or Rice. I made this Besan Wali Bhindi for my Rajasthani thali a little more spicy than expected as I was pairing it with […]

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Paneer Gatta | How to make Paneer Gatta Sabzi

Paneer Gatta Sabji

Paneer Gatta is a twist on the popular Gatte ki Subzi from the Rajasthani Cuisines. In this gravy, paneer is added along with besan that makes it rich and extra soft. So this dal and paneer dumplings are steamed or fried and served in a yoghurt sauce. Traditionally this gatte ki sabzi is prepared with […]

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Aam ki Launji | How to make Aam ki Launji

Aam Ki Launji - Rajasthani Thali

Aam ki Launji is a quick and easy pickle to make with raw mango. This pickle is made by cooking the mangoes with spices and powders that make it a wonderful side dish for rotis. First of all when I decided to make a menu for Rajasthani Thali, I thought I could include so many […]

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My Rajasthani Thali with some awards!

Yesterday we went on a trip to Rajasthan and came back happily! Yes I am talking about culinary travel that we took last night and returned home so content and happy. Everybody liked it and I was trilled trying out a new cuisine! Since dear Padmaja announced RCI this month, I was wondering when I […]

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